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Wisconsin early-stage companies must position themselves to get capital

Madison, Wis. - On Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park, Calif., which is the venture capital version of Wall Street, the talk these days is of a "boomlet" in deal-making. Technology firms that only a few years ago were lucky to get a meeting with a venture capitalist are now entertaining multiple offers to finance deals. The New York Times reported last week that one......

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The symposium grew out of the former Wisconsin Life Sciences & Venture Conference, which worked under various names over 20 years to connect companies with investors. Venture capitalists found different ways to screen prospective investments, however, so......

Full article >>> entrepreneurs will develop an action plan to move their new venture to the next stage of business growth based on their software score. There will also be an "Elevator Pitch Olympics," judged by investors, to see how the companies deliver their message.

There is no Sand Hill Road in Wisconsin when it comes to venture capital. But the region has willing investors, and even more would be w......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 09/26/05


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